Overlooking California’s Palos Verdes Peninsula, the 1950 Coe House celebrates organic modernism and picturesque ocean views.
In 1950, influential architect Richard Neutra added another modernist masterpiece to his portfolio. Set within the gated community of Rolling Hills, near Long Beach, California, the striking light-filled midcentury was commissioned by Clarence Coe, a chemical engineer for Union Oil. Since its completion seven decades ago, the 2,018-square-foot home has seen just two owners. Now, it's back on the market, seeking $1,950,000.
Featuring two bedrooms and three baths, the Coe House also offers impeccable period details, including wood-beamed ceilings, as well as built-in cabinets, desks, and seating. An expansive wall of windows frames the mesmerizing ocean views.
Perched atop a 1.02-acre hillside lot, the post-and-beam structure is surrounded by shady trees and lush vegetation, creating an idyllic oasis within the middle of Los Angeles County. Scroll ahead to take a peek both inside and outside the property.